New Personalized Social Approach Based on Flexible Integration of Web Services

Authors

  • Prakriti Rashi Graphic Era Hill University Bhimtal Campus
  • Manoj Chandra Lohani Graphic Era Hill University Bhimtal Campus
  • Ninda Luftiani University of Raharja
  • Teddy Hermansyah University of Raharja
  • Ihsan Nuril Hikam University of Raharja

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33050/italic.v1i1.85

Keywords:

Web service, Knowledge, Representation, Web Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence

Abstract

Dynamic design or coordination stays one of the significant difficulties of web administration innovation. This article gives an inventive way to deal with the robust making of web administrations given practical and non-utilitarian properties and individual inclinations. This approach utilizes long-range informal communication web administrations to help the connection between web administrations, choice, and formation of web benefits all the more firmly connected with client inclinations. We utilize the web administration local area idea of the web administration informal community to essentially lessen the inquiry space. This people group was made with the immediate interest of web specialist co-ops.

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2022-11-24